Optoma HD27 1080p 3D DLP Home Theater Projector Review

Optoma strategy when it comes to projectors market is huge, but still, there are lots of competing heavy hitters. To show they don’t want to evolve beneath the hood, Optoma has released its reasonably priced Optoma HD27 1080p 3D DLP Home Theater Projector. A follow-up to its previous popular predecessor the HD26, this model has a lot of features Optoma wasn’t offering around such price range.

Full HD 1080

The 1920 x 1080P resolution on this projector gives you sharp and detailed content without any compression of downscaling, which means this is the perfect projector for blue-rays videos, videos games and HD broadcasting. This model features an optical lens for sharper images, something that wasn’t on the previous model, an improved lamp life that can playback up to 8000 hours.

Brilliant, Vibrant colors

The Optoma HD27 1080p allows you to watch your favorite movies and play games with stunning colors in pretty any environment, so if your room has moderate ambient light, or you want to light up your large home screens, then you have got it covered. You get nothing less of reliable performance on any content and environment, thanks to the industry standard REC.709 color gamut, the standard that guarantees high-definition color reproduction.

High contrast

The new Optoma HD27 1080p combines high brightness with color accuracy giving you true to life visuals making it, not just an all-round home entertainment projector, but also a perfect one for your business. Features an incredible contrast, an impressive 25,000:1 which means images comes out clear and texts crisp. The HD27 offers you the freedom to select settings that suit your content.

Integrated 10W speaker

This model features a 10 watts speaker for integrated videos for added convenience, providing you with an exceptional sound quality. Its dimension is small compared to the previous models, but the level of audio created on it will for sure fill in your living place. The audio output is included on this model, enabling connection to other systems. Other than that it’s designed for plug and play use. Most Optoma projectors are compatible with wireless devices such as Amazon Fire, Chrome cast, and MHL so is this model.


  • Compact and portable
  • Full High Definition Resolution
  • Ideal for watching HDTV programming and latest Blu-ray movie releases
  • Equipped with advanced optical lens
  • Produces rich and accurate color
  • MHL v1.2-compliant
  • 8000-hour battery life
  • Built-in 10W speaker


  • This may not be the cheapest home theater projector on the market in case you are looking for this kind of projector


The Optoma HD27 1080p 3D DLP Home Theater Projector will definitely take the market like a storm; you can tell from its price and its incredible performance. Based on the response from the HD26, and other previous models which have been able to serve the market quite well, the new HD27 seems to bring Optoma up a step from the competitors. Overall, it has pretty impressive features worth every consideration.